2021 is in full swing, with new design trends popping up across the internet (and, of course, in all of our social feeds). But when you have so many options to choose from — and so many trends to consider — it can be difficult to make a decision that fits your style and your home.
We broke down the 2021 flooring trends into 3 separate categories (vinyl, tile, and carpet) to offer some guidance and direction for your next flooring project.
Looking for a DIY flooring project to tackle this New Year? Vinyl sheets are the totally affordable, DIY-friendly option you’re looking for. Plus, with top-notch decorative patterns, you can get creative and personalized with your choices.
Wood-look vinyl planks give the appearance of hardwood floors without the price tag that comes along with the hardwood option. This durable and affordable vinyl is complete with embossed textures and high-end visuals to give any space the full 2021 facelift.
Stone-look vinyl tiles come in an array of options, including marble, limestone, travertine, and more. This vinyl option brings the look of gorgeous natural stone into your home, upgrading any space with its elegance.
Source: Carpet Guys
This New Year, expect to see a lot of marble thrown into the mix. Use marble-look tile to mimic the high-end look of a marble surface or flooring without the high price or maintenance hassles.
Source: The Tileist
In 2021, tile no longer stops at the basic square. Expect to see new and creative shapes, like arabesque tiles, fan tiles, hexagon tiles, and more.
Who doesn’t love a good DIY — especially when it comes to a flooring update?! Many manufacturers have created innovative tile flooring that you can easily install on your own.
With carpet tiles and planks, you can mix and match patterns and colors, allowing you to get even more creative with your space. Plus, this option is a much more DIY-friendly alternative to wall-to-wall carpeting.
Enjoy the easy maintenance of hard surface flooring combined with the warmth and feel of a carpet — all in one space! Area rugs allow you to add a splash of color and style. And in 2021, the bolder…the better.